Tammy Sytch, known better to wrestling fans as Sunny, was reportedly arrested last month, and faces a long list of charges as a result including second violations.
The report suggests that the wrestling valet was arrested in Keansburg, New Jersey on 24th February.
WrestlingNews.co noted the arrest, which is one of a number Tammy Sytch has had over recent years.
According to State records, Tammy Sytch faces a total of 11 charges for the most recent offence:
- OPERATING UNDER INFLUENCE OF LIQUOR OR DRUGS
- DRIVING AFTER DL/REGISTRATION SUSPENDED/REVOKED
- CARELESS DRIVING: LIKELY TO ENDANGER PERSON OR PROPERTY
- RECKLESS DRIVING
- FAILURE TO WEAR SEAT EQUIPMENT-RESPONSIBILITY OF DRIVER
- DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE
- FAIL POSS DRIV LIC
- FAIL TO POSS DRIV REG
- FAIL TO POSS DRIV INS CARD
- FAILURE TO INSTALL INTERLOCK/DRIVE CAR W/O INTERLOCK
- OPERATE MV DURING LICENSE SUSPENSION-2ND VIOLATION
This latest offence is not her first arrest of the year, as she was seemingly booked in January on two counts of illegally possessing a weapon and one count of making terroristic threats.
TMZ followed up on that initial report, shedding more light on the details surrounding Sytch’s arrest. It’s alleged that she threatened to kill her “intimate partner” using a pair of scissors. According to the court documents,
Tammy Sytch reportedly raised the scissors “in the air towards her victim” at the same time as threatening to kill him. However, after the incident she commented on social media that fans shouldn’t believe everything they read in the media.
Sytch’s first forray in to the world of professional wrestling came in 1992, when she accompanied her boyfriend Chris Candido to the ring in Smoky Mountain Wrestling.
When the pair joined WWE in 1995, they were renamed as Skip and Sunny. Candido would go on to team with Dr Tom Prichard, who was renamed as Zip, and the duo would go on to hold the Tag Team Championships. She also managed the likes of The Smoking Gunns, The Godwinns, and Faarooq.